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WhatsApp Android changes privacy features



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WhatsApp, the most popular instant messaging app is currently working to bring some changes to the privacy section with the version number beta for some Android users.

The app-oriented firm is continuously making efforts to improve its app and provide a better experience to its users. For this, it brings changes in its settings to make it more reliable to use.

A recent report by WABetaInfo suggests that the messaging platform is moving the privacy settings from the Account section to the root. It is doing it so that the users reach the privacy section easily.

What’s new:

As per the changes the privacy settings are now placed within the main WhatsApp settings. The main settings consist of Account, Chats, Notifications, Storage and data, App language, Help and Invite a friend option and now the firm has added Privacy below the Accounts so that users can access it with ease.

WhatsApp privacy setting

Previously, users had to open the main settings of WhatsApp. From here they had to open the Account option to navigate through the Privacy section. But now the company has shifted privacy settings to the root.

Notably, users can identify the update with the new WhatsApp Android version number But some users may also be able to get the same feature after installing the beta build. Users can download the new update from the Google Play beta program.

Although, the changes are currently in the testing procedure and will take some time to roll out for all Android users.

Previous Update:

As per the last update, WhatsApp Android will shortly bring a screenshot blocking feature to all users. Currently, this feature is also rolling out for some beta testers only with the version build

With this new feature, the recipients will be prevented from taking screenshots of the view once images or videos.

(Source – WABetainfo)

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